Jeff has represented individuals and business entities ranging from sole proprietorships to multi-national corporations.
Jeff held a number of positions as an attorney in both the public and the private sector including positions with small, mid-sized, and large law firms. Jeff’s practice areas cover a wide-ranging spectrum, but he primarily focuses on real estate law, commercial law, business and civil litigation matters.
Jeff was raised in Summit County, Ohio and he and his wife have resided in Strongsville, Ohio since 1992. They have four children and three grandchildren. He is an avid football fan and a fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Law
- General Civil
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- Supreme Court of Ohio Office of Attorney Services
- 6th Circuit
- U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Michigan
- U.S. District Court - Northern District of Ohio
- U.S. District Court - Southern District of Ohio
- U.S. District Court - Western District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Tax Court
- English: Spoken, Written
- Founding Attorney
- J.W. Krueger Law, LLC
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- J.D. (1985)
- Bowling Green State University
- B.S. (1982) | Accounting and Business Pre-law
- Honors: Cum laude; Beta Gamma Sigma
- Ohio State Bar
- Federal Bar Association
- Medina County Bar Association
- Jurisdiction and Venue , Fundamentals of Practice in the Northern District of Ohio , Cleveland, Ohio
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- J.W. Krueger Law,LLC
- Q. I co own land and need to sell my interests. The other owner doesn't want to sell or buy me out. Am I stuck?
- A: As a co-owner, I presume each tenant owns an equal undivided partial interest in the real unless your deed designates a specific ownership percentage for each co-owner. Rather than go to court, you have the right, as a tenant in common, to transfer your undivided interest to another person without the consent of the other owner(s). This can be done through a quit claim deed. In transferring your interest through a quit claim deed, you, as the grantor, are making no warranties or guarantees regarding the property being transferred. The only statement being made by you is that you are releasing your interest, if any, in the property.